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What kind of starter system does this bike has?

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Mine has an electric starter and a kickstart.

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Only electric starter

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You didn't say what year or model bike you're working on. The clicking you're hearing could be a circuit breaker tripping. If it's a soft click like a turn signal flasher clicking, this is probably a circuit breaker or a relay. If it's a loud click, it may be the solenoid on your starter. Does anything else on the bike work? If not, it's probably the main circuit breaker. How about any security system that may be on the bike?

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